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  • News - 23 Jul 2009
    Monochromatic light-emitting diodes cover a large part of the visible spectrum with high efficiency. For blue light, nitride diodes achieve external quantum efficiencies in excess of 65%, i. e., one...
  • News - 23 Jul 2009
    TRC Rod Services of Oklahoma (TRC Company) was formed in 1996 by a group of veterans in the sucker rod business. TRC is the industry leader in helping major and independent oil and gas companies...
  • News - 23 Mar 2009
    A new PhD thesis from Chalmers shows that the multifaceted material perovskite could be of benefit in three key applications: fuel cells, gas separation prior to the storage of carbon dioxide and...
  • News - 2 Mar 2009
    Fossil fuel use, ranging from electricity generating power plants to automobiles, pumps billions of tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere annually, changing the climate in ways that are likely...
  • News - 7 Jun 2008
    Ceradyne, Inc. announced today that it has acquired certain patents and intellectual property covering a proprietary technical ceramic bearing solution for “down hole” oil drilling. This...
  • News - 23 May 2006
    MIT researchers are trying to unleash the promise of an old idea by converting light into electricity more efficiently than ever before. The research is applying new materials, new technologies...
  • News - 17 May 2006
    MIT researchers are trying to unleash the promise of an old idea by converting light into electricity more efficiently than ever before. The research is applying new materials, new technologies and...
  • News - 8 Nov 2005
    Because light can carry huge amounts of data, lasers are vital components in modern communications. But to satisfy growing demand, lasers must become faster and more efficient. Current solid-state...
  • News - 7 Nov 2005
    A growing market for biodiesel fuels is heating up interest in canola among Texas producers. Dr. Brent Bean, Texas Cooperative Extension agronomist here, said he quit participating in the National...
  • News - 21 Apr 2004
    Researchers at Purdue University have developed the first system capable of searching a company's huge database of three-dimensional parts created with computer-aided design software. CAD...